It’s sparkling. It’s from Veneto. But it’s not Prosecco. Ever heard about Durello?

For this week episode of the mini series “post-Covid wine travels” we fly to Veneto where I will introduce you to another undiscovered wine gem of Italy: mister Durello, the wine crafted from the Durella native grape. Follow me please, you don’t even need a carry-on. I am sure you can agree that the Veneto’s … More It’s sparkling. It’s from Veneto. But it’s not Prosecco. Ever heard about Durello?

Post-Covid wine travel series. Undiscovered Puglia: the native grapes, the places and the millenary culture of the Murge

I choose to focus on less known areas, true hidden gems, both for the quality and rarity of the wines and the breathtaking landscapes and huge cultural offer. Today we fly to Puglia, the heel of our “boot-shaped” country, to a wine region which is often underestimated also by Italians: the Daunia, the land nestled between Trani, Andria and Barletta province and the Murge plateau. … More Post-Covid wine travel series. Undiscovered Puglia: the native grapes, the places and the millenary culture of the Murge

Post-Covid Italian wine travels’ serie. Little-known must-see wine regions to visit after the pandemic

Plan your dream wine travel to Italy when the Covid emergency will be over. Visit the least known wine regions to discover the authentic Italian countryside. … More Post-Covid Italian wine travels’ serie. Little-known must-see wine regions to visit after the pandemic

Barolo and Barbaresco World Opening 2020: a true celebration of the best Italian lifestyle

On February 4th the new vintages wines (Barolo 2016 and Barbaresco 2017) has been presented to the press and trade members on a scale  never  seen before from this region (and I add, from any other Italian wine region) with more than 200 producers pouring their wines in New York City…me and other 49 selected “best palates” from all over the world, blind tasted the Barolo and Barbaresco new vintages’ wines to assess the overall quality, during the World’s Best Palates tasting. … More Barolo and Barbaresco World Opening 2020: a true celebration of the best Italian lifestyle

Abruzzo: a small region with a huge wine diversity

Along the picturesque Adriatic coast of central Italy—surrounded by Le Marche to the north, Lazio to the west, and Molise to the southeast—lies the historical, charming region of Abruzzo. Dating back to the Etruscans in the sixth century BC, winemaking has played an integral role in the agricultural landscape of Abruzzo; however, there is additional … More Abruzzo: a small region with a huge wine diversity